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      Running a successful pre-production and shoot

      Price: £295
      Length: 3 hours

      After a recap on content production best practice and workflow planning (see Workshop 1/3, Scoping and budgeting) this session gets into the finer detail around pre-production, commissioning production companies and, of course, the shoot itself.

      The roles and responsibilities of the shoot crew, engaging with external providers and everything else you need to master for a successful shoot day are covered in this lively three-hour session.

      Taken by industry expert Leila Bartlam, this workshop is perfect if you’re looking to add moving image production to your skill set, whether it’s for small-scale social media posts or full-blown TV ad campaigns.

      This is the second of a series of three workshops designed to take you through the content production process from start to finish.

      What you will take away:

      • Understanding and commissioning production companies
      • How to run ‘pre-production’
      • An overview of the shoot crew’s roles and responsibilities

      Who should attend:

      • Integrated Project Managers
      • Creative Producers
      • Content CreatorsCommunity Managers
      • Social Media ManagersSocial Media Producers
      • Production Assistants

      Workshop outline:

      • Pre-production
      • The shoot

      Next dates:
      We run our workshops several times throughout the year. Select the month that suits you best and we’ll confirm the exact date very soon.

      • February 2022

      Trainer:
      Leila Bartlam, Head of Production